Discrete Mathematical Structures

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Prentice Hall, 1996 - Computer science - 524 pages
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Tying together discrete mathematical topics with a theme, this text stresses both basic theory and applications, offering students a firm foundation for more advanced courses. It limits the mathematics required (no calculus), and explains the small amount of linear algebra that is needed. The book uses algorithms and pseudocode to illustrate techniques, provides coding exercises and features sections on mathematical structures, the predicate calculus, recurrence relations, functions for computer science, growth of functions and minimal spanning trees. (0-13-375064-7) are available.

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Sharon Ross is the author of numerous books, as well as countless magazine and newspaper articles on the topics of interior design and home improvement. For many years she was Director of Editorial Projects for The Family Handyman magazine. She has been a contributor to Midwest Living, Better Homes and Gardens Special Interest Publications, Woman's Day Special Publications, Mary Emmerling's Country Home, and other publications. She has also written for PBS-TV's Hometime. She is a graduate of the University of Minnesota.

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